There are 30 clips from "1957"
- ClipJailhouse Rock
- ClipJohnny B. Goode (live)
- ClipGreat Balls of Fire
- ClipPeggy Sue
Holly, Buddy | Arthur Murray Show | 1957 12-29 | Mimed PerformanceBuddy Holly and the Crickets made an appearance on the Arthur Murray Dance Party on December 29, 1957. It was unusual to see a band like the Crickets performing on the show. ...
- ClipYoung and Beautiful
- ClipI Love You Porgy
- Clip(You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care
- ClipDon't Leave Me Now
Presley, Elvis | Jailhouse Rock | 1957 10-17Color version from the film Jailhouse rock, 1957. Overdubbed with the studio version recorded feb 23-24, 1957 I swapped the audio for whatever reason but probably because i ...
- ClipHound Dog
Presley, Elvis | Tupelo, Mississippi | 1957 09-27 | Live PerformanceElvis Presley live in Tupelo Mississippi The footages is from his Tupelo concert September 27th, 1957, with his Golden Suit.The sound you hear is from his Tupelo concert ...
- ClipYou Send Me
- ClipFoolin' Myself
- ClipRock Island Line
- ClipHey There
Day, Doris | Pajama Game | 1957 ??-?? | Movie ExcerptDoris Day singing "Hey There" from the 1957 musical The Pajama Game. She's amazing. She sang this song live, not pre-recorded! I added this since the other one ...
- Cliplive set at Dick Clark's Rockin New Years Eve
Lombardo, Guy | Dick Clark's New York Rockin' Eve | 1957 12-31 | Live PerformanceHere is an old kinescope from over 50 years ago!! For 100 years, the slow drop of a lighted glass ball on New Year's Eve from atop One Times Square in New York City has ...
- ClipDon't Explain
Holiday, Billie | Billie Holiday Live | 1957 ??-?? | Live PerformanceI always admire the way she performed, that feelin' that makes our heart starts bittin' again.. This is not her best time, but still god anyway
- ClipThat'll Be The Day (fragment)
Holly, Buddy | High Time | 1957 10-22 | Live PerformanceHigh Time is well-remembered as Portland's first music-dance show for teenagers. Similar to Dick Clark's Bandstand, which was produced locally in Philadelphia, High Time ...
- ClipLittle Rosetta
Cole, Nat King | Nat King Cole Show | 1957 12-17 | Live PerformanceDecember 17, 1957... the last Nat King Cole TV Show. Billy Eckstine plays a number of instruments, including a Jazzphone, as he and Nat sing Rosetta. Classic
- ClipStay With Love